Alumni News

Alumni Association Notice

On November 1, 2019, the Alumni Association will hold an Alumni Board meeting followed by the annual Assembly Meeting. Elections for 2020 Alumni Board members will be held during these events. Anyone who has volunteered for BC Law between June 2018 and November 2019 is eligible to vote. Please visit bc.edu/lawalumni or contact Lauren McCauslin, associate director of alumni relations and volunteer engagement, at lauren.mccauslin@bc.ed...

Save the Date: PILF Auction

BC Law’s Public Interest Law Foundation is gearing up for its 31st annual PILF Auction on March 21. After several years off-site, the auction is returning to campus to celebrate and deepen the community’s public interest spirit. It will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Yellow Room/Snack Bar. The auction raises money to provide summer stipends for BC Law students in unpaid, public sector internships. Last year PILF raised nearly $22,0...

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Generations

Edward “Ted” P. Henneberry ’70, and son Edward P. Henneberry ’95, in Washington, DC. Generations is an ongoing series of portraits of family members who’ve attend...

Newsmakers

Idea Man: Nathaniel C. Stinnett ’05 was profiled in the New York Times’ annual “Visionaries” section May 27 for his efforts to get out the vote among environmentalists. This year’s innovators were divided into five categories: medicine, business, technology, climate, and arts. Stinnett was in the climate group. His big idea, as founder and director of the Environmental Voter Project, is based on the belief that if environ...